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Sonya Tannreuther Named Wimberley HS Assistant Principal

May 21, 2024

sonya tannreuther wimberleyHSWimberley ISD is pleased to announce that Mrs. Sonya Tannreuther has been named Assistant Principal of Wimberley High School. The WISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the hire at its meeting on April 15. The move will officially go into effect for the 2024-25 school year.

"I am thrilled and honored to accept the position of Assistant Principal at such a distinguished campus and community," Mrs. Tannreuther says. "I am eager to contribute my diverse skill set in school improvement, cultivated through my experiences in various educational settings, to further enhance Wimberley High School’s commitment to excellence. I take a people-first approach to leadership and I am looking forward to building meaningful relationships with our students, staff, families and community members to continue supporting a sense of community, innovation, and academic achievement for all students."

Mrs. Tannreuther is currently completing her 14th year in education as an Assistant Principal at Gonzales HS. She has also served as an Instructional Coach with Hays CISD. Prior to those leadership roles, she taught Reading-Language Arts and Social Studies to multiple grade levels, and coached at Northwest ISD, Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, Marble Falls ISD, and Smithville ISD. She received her Bacherlor's of Science in Exercise Sports Science from Texas State University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Lamar University.

"I'm so excited to add Mrs. Tannreuther as Assistant Principal. Her diverse capabilities, combined with her leadership and teaching experience, make her an invaluable addition to our team," Wimberley High School Principal Ryan Wilkes says. "We are confident that her innovative approach and dedication to student success will greatly benefit our school community."

Mrs. Tannreuther and her husband David, who will be joining the staff at Danforth Junior High next school year as a Focus teacher, have two sons, Braylon and Landry, who will begin attending WISD schools as well. She joins the WHS administrative team of Mr. Wilkes and Jason Giesen, and replaces Mrs. Shiela Parker, who is retiring from WISD after 30 years in education, including spending 11 of the past 12 years at WHS as an assistant principal and teacher.